Now that I’m home, I’d like to add to the lack of words.
About the price of the rotary module
In my earlier post, this is my personal opinion.
A350 users may benefit from the large size that can be molded with the rotary module.
A250 users can only mold really small sizes, so as an A250 user in no small part, I felt that there was little merit to the price.
However, I am sure that there are people who want to learn the 4th axis, C-axis, or want to CNC mold even small items with the rotary C-axis, so there is no need to make a blanket statement.
I fully understand that the sale of rotary modules is written in the roadmap and is a promise to users.
However, there are many issues that prevent me from fully functioning with the Snapmaker 2.0 machine I have at hand.
Many people, including myself, have been posting and discussing the “same problems and questions over and over again” in the forums and on Facebook.
The requests for improvement have been proposed to Github.
Not a few people are thinking, "Please fix this problem sooner than the rotary module.
I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to express my opinion since there is a certain percentage of people who think so.
I think we need to think about what this should be a priority for us.
Unlike the products of many Chinese manufacturers, this is a “user-conscious company,” and from my point of view, I think it is a company that is doing its best, so I think it is important to focus on "current problems. Isn’t it important to focus on “current problems”?
Thank you for your reply to my question.
I think the price was determined by many issues such as cost.
I think the price is determined by many issues such as cost, etc. We should disclose a lot of information after expressing and having people understand this.
We don’t know the details of the rotary module yet.
There are many people who say Luban is a problem.
I do not think Luban is bad.
I don’t think Luban is bad, it’s just a software that is still in the process of being improved at a slow pace, and it seems wrong to compare it to something like Cura, which is a lot more time and feature intensive.
On top of that, is Snapmaker Luban “good enough” for CNC machining with the C-axis rotary module, which is not yet fully functional?
A lot of people are wondering.
Please disclose the information about it.
About the emergency stop button
Thank you very much for the information that it can be purchased separately.
On that basis, I would like to ask again.
After the emergency stop is pressed, when the emergency stop is released, can I select “return to original work” or “stop completely”?
At the very least, these two options need to be available on the touch screen.
I am a big fan of Snapmaker.
I’m a big fan of Snapmaker, and I know this may be an unpleasant question or opinion, but I’m writing this as a user’s opinion.
I’m using Japanese-to-English translation software, so I’m not sure how accurate the text is.
I’m sorry if there are any misinterpretations or rude content.
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